While the sites are close together and privacy is limited, the price was right (we used the Passport America 50% discount), the staff was very friendly, the facilities were excellent, and the internet service was the best (and fastest) I've ever experienced in any RV park. All in all, these folks have their act together. We would certainly stay here again.
We're TT members, so the cost was zero. The park is in a nice area close to the Snohomish river. Facilities are clean and the staff was very friendly and accommodating. But the sites are really close together, however, and for some reason this park permits several old, unwashed permanent trailers. We got a space close to three of these unsightly trailers, two of which looked like they were ready for the junk yard. One was even sitting on cement blocks with no tires! Aside from that, we enjoyed our stay and also enjoyed to nearby town of Monroe.
This is an extremely clean little park: nothing fancy, but well kept and staffed with very friendly hosts. There's a well stocked store nearby in addition to a new pub/restaurant. The sites are level (gravel surface), and maintenance is top-notch. On the downside, there's very poor cell service at this is a remote location, and WiFi is an extra $5 per day (which didn't work at all for us even after we paid). For the price, I think I'd go back again but only if the WiFi was free and improved.
We stayed for a single night just before Memorial Day. This is a nice place to visit since there's an abandoned 19th century town down by the harbor that's in the process of restoration by the state. The price is a little sporty for what you get: we had to pay an additional $6 single-day nonresident pass (in addition to the $18 overnight fee). Still, if you have some time to enjoy the restored town, this place is worth a visit.